Comprehensive Assessment Guidelines
For every reason, the assessment of risk for a sexual offense or continued sexually troubled behavior should be broad and comprehensive, and not limited to the gathering of simplistic information or the "facts" of what occurred. In order to be useful for treatment and case management, assessment must be active and interactive in developing a full history of the child being assessed.
Guidelines for Comprehensive Juvenile Sexual Offender Assessment
Click here for a review of 21 guidelines for the comprehensive assessment of sexually abusive youth.
Structure and content for Juvenile Sexual Offender Comprehensive Written Assessment
Click here for an overview of a structured format for the structure and format of a comprehensive psychosocial assessment and written report.